10 Thursday PM Reads

My afternoon train reads:

• Baum: Grow up, people. It’s time to stop blaming Bernanke for your losses. (Bloomberg)
• Deception by Derivative (NYT)
• U.S. Bond Funds Have Record $61.7 Billion in Redemptions (Bloomberg) see also Bond Selloff Creates Fits for the ‘King’ (WSJ)
• Is the U.S. Turning Into a Nation of Temps? Depends on Where You Live (Atlantic Cities)
• Ailing Infrastructure: Scrimping Threatens Germany’s Future (Spiegel)
• You Listen to This Man Every Day (Daily Beast)
• Sepp Blatter has kicked off Fifa’s Arab Spring in Brazil (theguardian)
• 7 Reasons I Dumped Facebook (Yahoo News)
• How to #Unplug in 6 Steps (Fast Company)
• The Era of Cognitive Computing (Irving Wladawsky-Berger)

What are you reading?



Source: Economist

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